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“Eyes Wide Shut” was promoted as a steamy, suspenseful movie starring the “It” couple of the day: Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman. While the actors were prominently featured in the movie, it is everything around them that told the true story of “Eyes Wide Shut”. Stanley Kubrick’s attention to detail and symbolism gave the movie an entire other dimension – one that cannot be seen by those who have their eyes wide shut. This multiple-part series will look at the hidden symbolism of Kubrick’s final film.

The Hidden Messages in "Eyes Wide Shut"

I remember when I first watched Eyes Wide Shut, back in 1999. Boy, did I hate it. I hated how slow everything was, I hated how Nicole Kidman tried to sound drunk or high and I hated seeing Tom Cruise walking around New York looking concerned. I guess I reacted the same way critics did at the time the movie came out and thought: “This movie is boring and there is nothing hot about it.” More than a decade later, equipped with a little more knowledge and patience, I re-watched the movie … and it blew my mind. In fact, like most Stanley Kubrick films, an entire book could be written about the movie and the concepts it addresses.

Eyes Wide Shut is not simply about a relationship, it is about all of the outside forces and influences that define that relationship. It is about the eternal back-and-forth between the male and female principles in a confused and decadent modern world. Also, more importantly, it is about the group that rules this modern world – a secret elite that channels this struggle between the male and female principles in a specific and esoteric matter. The movie, however, does not spell out anything. Like all great art, messages are communicated through subtle symbols and mysterious riddles.

Stanley Kubrick unexpectedly died only five days after submitting the final cut of the movie to Warner Bros, making Eyes Wide Shut his swan song. Considering the fact that Eyes Wide Shut is about an occult secret society that eliminates those who cross its path, some theories arose about Kubrick’s death and its suspicious nature. Did he reveal to the public too much, too soon? Maybe.

Let’s look at the main themes of Kubrick’s last creation.

The Modern Couple

The stars of Eyes Wide Shut were the “It” couple of 1999: Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman. Those who were expecting the movie to be a sort of voyeuristic experience showing hot scenes of the couple were probably very disappointed. The audience rather got a cold, egoistic and profoundly unsatisfied couple, one that seems to be tied together not by pure love, but by other factors, like convenience and appearances. While the couple is very “modern” and “upper-class”, the forces that keep it together are the result of basic, primal and almost animalistic behavior. If we look at the instinctive behavior of humans and animals, males primarily look for females that have good child-bearing qualities while females look for a strong provider. Remnants of this behavior still exist today as males tend to display wealth and power to attract females while females showcase their beauty to attract males. In Eyes Wide Shut, the couple perfectly follows that instinctive script.

Tom Cruise’s character is called Dr. Bill … as in dollar bill. Several times during the movie, Dr. Bill either waves his money or his “doctor badge” at people to get them to do what he wants. Bill is part of the upper class and his dealings with people of the lower class are often resolved with money.

The Hidden Messages in "Eyes Wide Shut"

In order to get this taxi driver to wait for him in front of the elite mansion, Dr. Bill tears up a hundred dollar bill and promises him to give him the other half when he comes back. Dr. Bill’s motto is probably “Everybody has a price”. Does his own wife have a price?

Played by Nicole Kidman, Alice lost her job in the art world and is now fully supported by her husband’s salary. While she lives very comfortably, Alice appears to be extremely bored with her life as a stay at home mother. The name Alice is most likely a reference to the main character of Alice in Wonderland – a fairy tale about a privileged girl who is bored with her life and who goes “through the looking glass” to end up in Wonderland. In Eyes Wide Shut, Alice is often shown staring at the looking glass – grooming herself or … maybe looking for something more to life.

The Hidden Messages in "Eyes Wide Shut"

Alice is often shown in front of the mirror and making herself pretty. At the beginning of the movie, almost everyone who talks to her mention her appearance. Her daughter Helena (maybe named after Helena of Troy, the most beautiful woman in the world) follows in her footsteps.

The Hidden Messages in "Eyes Wide Shut"

Promotional images for the movie feature Alice kissing Bill but looking at herself in the mirror, almost as if she was seeing an alternate reality.

While the couple shows signs of fatigue, Bill and Alice put on their “happy masks” when it is time to attend social events. Like the elite people they socialize with, there is a big difference between the facade they put on and reality.

Brushing With the Elite

Bill and Alice go to a classy party given by Victor Ziegler, one of Bill’s wealthy patients. Judging from Victor’s house, he is not simply rich, he is part of the ultra-elite. While his party is very elegant and is attended by highly cultured people, it doesn’t take long for the viewers to realize that this facade hides a disgusting dark side. Also, small details inserted by Kubrick hint to a link between the party and the occult ritual that occurs later in the movie.

The Hidden Messages in "Eyes Wide Shut"

When entering the party, the first thing we see is this peculiar Christmas decoration. This eight-pointed star is found throughout the house.

The Hidden Messages in "Eyes Wide Shut"

The star at Zeigler’s house is nearly identical to the ancient symbol of the star of Ishtar.

Knowing Kubrick’s attention to detail, the inclusion of the star of Ishtar in this party is not an accident. Ishtar is the Babylonian goddess of fertility, love, war and, mostly, sexuality. Her cult involved sacred prostitution and ritual acts – two elements we clearly see later in the movie.

“Babylonians gave Ishtar offerings of food and drink on Saturday. They then joined in ritual acts of lovemaking, which in turn invoked Ishtar’s favor on the region and its people to promote continued health and fruitfulness.”
– Goddess Ishtar, Anita Revel

Ishtar herself was considered to be the “courtesan of the gods” and had many lovers. While inspired in bed, she was also cruel to the men that got attached to her. These concepts will constantly reappear in the movie, especially with Alice.

During the party, Bill and Alice go their separate ways and are both faced with temptation. Alice meets a man named Sandor Szavost who asks her about Ovid’s Art of Love. This series of books, written during the times of Ancient Rome, was essentially a “How to Cheat on Your Partner” guide, and was popular with the elite of the time. The first book opens with an invocation to Venus – the planet esoterically associated with lust. Interestingly enough, Ishtar (and her equivalents in other Semitic cultures) was considered to be the personification of Venus.

The Hidden Messages in "Eyes Wide Shut"

Sandor drinks from Alice’s glass. This trick is taken right out of  Ovid’s The Art of Love. It sends Alice a message that is not very subliminal: “I want to exchange fluids with you”.

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Sandor’s name might be a reference to the founder of the Church of Satan: Anton Szandor Lavey. Is this Kubrick’s way of saying that this man, who urges Alice to cheat on her husband, is a part of the occult elite and its decadent ways? The Hungarian man is apparently skilled in neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) as he nearly hypnotizes Alice with well-calculated phrases about the futility of married life and the necessity of pursuing pleasure.

Meanwhile, Bill is discussing with two flirtatious models who tell him that they want to take him to “where the rainbow ends”. While the meaning of this enigmatic phrase is never explicitly explained in the movie, symbols talk for themselves.

Rainbows Everywhere

Rainbows and multicolored lights appear throughout the movie, from the beginning to the end.

The Hidden Messages in "Eyes Wide Shut"

The name of the store where Bill rents his costume is called “Rainbow”. The name of the store under it: “Under the Rainbow”. Kubrick is trying to tell us something…Something involving rainbows.

As if to emphasize the theme of multicolored rainbows, almost every scene in the movie contains multicolored Christmas lights, giving most sets a hazy, dreamy glow.

The Hidden Messages in "Eyes Wide Shut"

Almost every time Bill enters a room, the first things we see are multicolored Christmas lights.

The Hidden Messages in "Eyes Wide Shut"

Sometimes Christmas lights are the focal point of attention.

These lights tie together most scenes of the movie, making them part of the same reality. There are however a few select scenes where there are absolutely no Christmas lights. The main one is Somerton palace – the place where the secret society ritual takes place.

The Hidden Messages in "Eyes Wide Shut"

Sharply contrasting with the rest of the movie, Sommerton is completely devoid of multicolored lights. Everything about this place is in sharp opposition to the “outside world”.

In Eyes Wide Shut, there are therefore two worlds: The Christmas lights-filled “rainbow world”, where the masses wander around, trying to make ends meet and the other world… “where the rainbow ends”-  where the elite gathers and performs its rituals. The contrast between the two worlds gives a sense of an almost insurmountable divide between them. Later, the movie will clearly show us how those from the “rainbow world” cannot enter the other world.

So, when the models ask Bill the go “where the rainbow ends”, they probably refer to going “where the elite gathers and performs rituals”. It might also be about them being dissociated Beta Programming slaves. There are several references to Monarch mind control (read this article for more information) in the movie. Women who take part in elite rituals are often products of Illuminati mind control. In MK Ultra vocabulary, “going over the rainbow” means dissociating from reality and entering another persona (more on this in the next article).

The Hidden Messages in "Eyes Wide Shut"

The models ask Bill to leave the “rainbow world” (there’s a Christmas tree right behind them) to indulge in the debaucherous rituals of the occult elite.

Behind the Curtain

Bill’s flirting with the models is interrupted when Ziegler calls him to his bathroom. There, we get a first glance of “where the rainbow ends” – the dark truth about the elite.

The Hidden Messages in "Eyes Wide Shut"

Bill meets Ziegler in his gigantic bathroom. The man is dressing up and is with a naked unconscious woman…who is not his wife.

If we rewind a little, when Bill and Alice first entered the party, they were welcomed by Ziegler and his wife in a room filled with Christmas lights. We saw two respectable couples talking about respectable things in a room full of enchanting lights. But when Bill goes “where the rainbow ends” (notice there are no Christmas lights in the bathroom) we see reality: Ziegler with a Beta programming slave who overdosed on goofballs. When the woman gains consciousness, Ziegler talks to her in an odd, paternal matter, highlighting the fact that he’s the master and she’s the slave. The luxurious setting of this scene is Kubrick’s way of saying that extreme wealth does not necessarily equal high morals.

Ziegler then urges Bill to keep everything he just saw a secret. The world “where the rainbow ends” must never be revealed to the outside world. It operates in its own space, has its own rules and depends on the masses’ ignorance.

Questioning Marriage

While Alice ultimately rejected Sandor’s advances, she was nevertheless enticed by them. The next day, Alice tells Bill that she could have cheated on him at the party. When Bill tells his wife that he loves and trusts her, she completely loses it. She then proceeds to tell him a story about how she was once ready to cheat on him with a naval officer she met in a hotel. This cruel story highlights the “Ishtar” side of Alice as she brings up in her husband feelings of jealousy, insecurity, betrayal, and even humiliation. In short, Alice purposely summoned everything that is negative in relationships to pop Bill’s “love bubble”. This wake-up call prompts Bill to embark on a strange journey around New-York city, one that has multiple levels of meanings. That strange night will ultimately lead him to the exact opposite of a monogamous relationship: Anonymous, masked copulation with strangers in a ritual setting. Bill’s journey will be further analyzed in the second part of this series of articles.

Conclusion of Part One

The first part of this series about Eyes Wide Shut took a broad look at Bill and Alice, a modern couple that has the “privilege” of brushing with the upper-echelon of New York. While everything appears great on the surface, Kubrick quickly tells the viewers to not be deceived by appearances and to not be impressed by exhibitions of wealth. Because, behind the “rainbow world”, exists a dark and disturbing reality, one that Kubrick exposes in many subtle ways throughout the movie.

While Bill and Alice are simply “guests” in the elite circle, they are nevertheless fascinated and attracted by it. They see in this lifestyle a way of fulfilling their dark and secret needs. In the next part of this series, we’ll look at the occult meaning of Bill’s journey – a story told by subtle symbols peppered throughout the movie.

Read part II of the series —>

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Trimegistus

Bill is a doctor, an important figure in controlling the population. We revere and respect them for their knowledge and expertise, but the irony is that Bill is as naive as a child in this movie. Doctors dispense mind-controlling drugs and suppress the anger of the people. They are an important tool for the elite, which is why they enjoy their perks. However, doctors are still at the bottom of the pyramid, and Bill makes this discovery. In the beginning and throughout the film we see the power he can exert over the common people, such as how he checks the pulse of an attractive topless woman, even though that is totally unnecessary. We are led to believe that, as a doctor, he has some sort of psychopathic sexual confidence that makes him irresistible to other women. However, that is something he was not born with. It was given to him by the system in exchange for doing the dirty work for the elites. Throughout the movie we see him trying to use his influence to gain insight into the truth, but the system is set up so that he can only go so far. It works with the unimportant… Read more »

Totti

Well noted. Also, in the costume shop, as a doctor, he can not help the man with his hair falling out. ‘Not my kind of expertise’ Uses a fancy word, and that’s it. Guess doctors are only here to control the sheeple!

Sonnenblume

Kubrick was killed for exposing the elite's sadistic rituals, such as Pier Paolo Passolini was murdered when he made Salò or the 120 days of Sodom and his trilogy of death got interrupted. The elite doesn't want people to know about their "leisure and prayer" practices.

JAKE

AT ZIEGLER'S PARTY THERE HAPPENS SOMETHING STRANGE. WHEN ALICE GOES TO THE TOILET YOU CAN SEE A COUPLE BEHIND HER. A MAN WITH GREY HAIR AND A WOMAN WITH LONG BROWN HAIR AND WEARING A RED DRESS. WHEN THE COUPLE ENTERS A DOORWAY THE WOMAN LOOKS COMPLETELY DIFFERENT. WAS THAT DOORWAY A PORTAL ? WAS THE WOMAN A SHAPESHIFTER ? IT'S ONE OF THE MOST MYSTERIOUS SCENES IN THE MOVIE.

cathyc

Probably indicates she is a sex slave who has alternate personalities. She becomes the sex slave after crossing the doorway.

kamil

I think you overreacting. This is prabobly just mistake made by crew on the set. Some siquences of the movies, even such simple like this party for the first glance, are very often made for few days or even weeks. Someone responsible for integrity of siqeunces just forgot what wears this woman few days ago. Then when everything wose ready and given to edition it wose prabobly to late to fix this by making reshots beacose of time and maney. You can find common mistakes in almost every movie.

Violet

Regarding Kubric"s death… I think he may have been a freemason, as he came from a non religious family and may have been interested in the mystery religions. Perhaps the elite masons gave him a lot of money for filming, if he would put their symbols and concepts in his movies. I think he was a humanist, and may have secretly objected to their cruel mind control and facist NWO ideas. I think the masonic elite knew exactly what he was doing with Eyes Wide Shut, providing him with real beta slaves to include in the movie, and told Kubrick to film their sex ritual to help usher in the NWO for the year 2000. Kubric may have died from heart disease, as it is a silent disease, or the elite may have been planning all along to kill him as a ritual sacrifice 666 days before January 1, 2001 and after his 13th movie (they're into numbers.)

Keith

The Masons do not encourage the use of their symbols and ritual imagery in fiction. In fact, it can get you kicked out. Look into The Magic Flute.

L Analysis I

Eyes Wide Shut is a blurring of reality, movie and deception, set up from its first scene. The film is not only about Bill and Alice. It’s about Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman and other real world realities such as money, infidelity, class structure and American society. When viewing the film in this way, much is revealed and nothing is subtle. Kubrick lays it all out in the open, on screen: 1) cinematic infidelity, 2) ritualized sex slavery, 3) the masked elite (“I could tell you their names but I don’t think you’d sleep so well at night”), 4) sex, drugs and watching movies as an escape from reality for the non-elite masses, 5) the required code of secrecy as price of admission to money and a place of elite influence in the world, which if you break it you are killed off, and, 6) money as the ultimate tool of slavery and oppression. The reason Kubrick got away with this is because the elite owned media machine treats everything about this movie as just a movie about “Bill and Alice”, commenting on bad acting and the like. No critical review I’ve read ever moved into the level of thought… Read more »

Christina

Great analysis and insight!

eric

What is disturbing about this movie to me is when I saw it maybe 10 years ago I thought how weird and fucked up. I thought what a strange and truly disgusting and gross reality. It never occured to me that this isn't just a movie but this may actually be true. The more and more I learn the more and more I want to get into the heart of Mordor and burn the damn ring. It is awful and sickening and disgusting to take away the love of two people and make it into a sick ego-centric fuckfest where it is all about sick selfish desires. Their is no love in that you might as well squeel and grunt and put your orriface into a pig. No offence to the pig. But I see the soulless godless confused and downright insane products of our enviornment. Love is the answer. A human being reaching down to lend a hand or to gently brush their lovers shoulder.

Rhe

Thank you for your article!! I was so intrigued by this film I can’t wait to learn more.

Rhe

It’s disappointing, however, that this article mentions the infamous ‘illuminati’. From rapstars to priests, this group has been re-invented in popular culture. My prestigious Professor of Christianity, who I studied beneath, affirmed that the society had long been lost. Any affiliation claimed was false. If there was an ‘Illuminati’, it would have originated far from it’s origins. I believe her.

Val

Not just the long gone illuminati. This piece references NLP – and the science is long in on that one – total bollocks. The manipulation ends at the point you pay to do the course…. What next? Bilderberg?? Or lizards?? LOL

ThisGuy

The illuminate uses the radio, TV, movies, and especially the internet in order to weave the web. Lucifer is the illuminated one, he has organized followers. You should be able to see him as easy as you see creation; do you? Lucifer is the name of the Telescope the Vatican recently built. The gates of BAAL are being set up where there are obelisks.

dewu

I believe you need to re-evaluatethe Iilluminati as your eyes are wide shut.

Rhe

I also studied film for a year in university, exclusively, and money was one motif I couldn’t help but notice. Every money-exchanging (taxi-cab) scene that would normally be cut from a film was left in, and I kept wondering why… I can’t believe I didn’t associate his name! So much to dig into with this film, actually excited to read all of the comments and thoughts. I’m sure I’ll learn much more… Like why did all of the girls have red-hair? There has to be a reason.

Alllllll

Because they were supposed to be under age

DKruger

In this film, Kubric externalized the hierarchy and, for those who have eyes to see, exposed secrets and implicated specific individuals–Much of the film will remain unseen.

edibo

My girlfriend and I saw this movie when it came out – in the theater. I remember being blown away by it. I did not know what the multicolored lights meant but my eye was attracted to them. I knew they meant something or were there for s reason. The one thing I remember is that my girlfriend and I both got up during the movie, left and went to a bathroom and had sex. Its like we were subliminally made to go do it. Wild! Thanks for the article.

user2013

I had seen this movie on cable a few times, always catching it at the same parts, the cloak and masked Tom Cruise, or the bedroom scene with him and Nicole Kidman discussing some weird dream and it would never catch my attention because I simply didn't see head to tails. Finally tonight as I always do with movies I don't get the meaning of, I Googled it and read the Wikipedia post on it, and finally I understood some of it and even thought… well, a happy ending. But as this article entails, I knew there was more to the movie that met the eye. I always got a feeling of uneasiness while watching the little bits and pieces I had seen each time and it felt almost uncomfortable. The odd colored Christmas lights, the ritual with the masked people with the prostitutes (with flat arses) , the Russian tailor and his teen daughter, Dr. Bill always showing off his "Dr Batch" and it was weird, I cannot put my finger on it as to why but this article finally has shed light on the matter…. very well done! And now continuing on to part II I finally "see… Read more »

BandarsBand

I see an ongoing theme here about men whoring their daughters out. The International Order of the Rainbow club is an elite club for girls (a la masonic ties). We have the Greek costume shop owner of Rainbow Fashions who is selling his young daughter to the 2 Asian guys. We have the 2 women at the party who are presumably elite prostitutes (e.g., Rainbow members). Nicole is acting like a prostitute with the sailor, Mandy is a whore, and Dr. Bill has countless brushes with hookers. Even the lady whose father passed away, is whoring herself out in hopes of moving up on the social scale (from her teacher boyfriend to Dr. Bill). And, Bill/Alice's little girl is being instructed with math problems about the amount of money two boys have. I won't even get into the symbolism of Dr. Bill (dollar bill) and Gold (e.g., see the gold in the Zigler's bathroom). Kubrick is showing that real wealth is Gold, but the wanna-be wealthy (normal upper class) are ruled by dollars (e.g., fiat currency). They can control others with their dollars, but ultimately, he who has the gold makes the rules. It's pretty amazing the mind of Kubrick.

DoorsofPerception

It's very true, every single woman that is portrayed in Eyes Wide Shut is completely hell bent on sex, but in the same vain, so are the men. Ziegler and the prostitute, Dr. Bill running all over town trying to get his end wet and pretty much everyone else is either getting sex, looking for sex or watching sex.

Gold is also featured predominately in Kubrick's The Shinning, with the "Gold Room" in which the protagonist (or antagonist) Jack converses with the ghostly haunting's of the Overlook's past and where he is fully integrated into the hotel itself.
Is it a subtle hint that gold is (or the people who possess it are) inherently evil and that a person will also be consumed by the same force once he caves into the temptation of wealth and the power that comes with it? And to devastating and tragic ends?

Violet

Yes! Dr. (dollar) Bill has basically worthless paper money printed up by the Federal Reserve (which isn't even federal) while the elite masonic satanic Luciferians have all the gold. Most of the gold we originally had in Fort Knox is now missing. The Shinning shows how our current paper money is worthless to buy a drink in the Gold Room (1920's) before Wilson inacted the Federal Reserve. Interesting that Kubric brings this concept up again in Eyes Wide Shut.
The rainbow is very important to the masons, and is involved in mind control, and wizard of Oz programming. It is interesting that the owner of the rainbow Fashions who pimps out his young daughter is doing this right next door to a masonic lodge. The pedophilia Lolita theme shows up again in this movie, and is connected to the elite.

Joanna

"We have the Greek costume shop owner of Rainbow Fashions who is selling his young daughter to the 2 Asian guys. We have the 2 women at the…" And how do you know that the shop-owner is Greek? His surname is Mr Milich which is definitely not Greek. It's Polish-Jewish or German-Jewish. Certainly is Jewish from Eastern or Central Europe, not even Sephardic. Jewish shop-owner, ah the irony rofl. Ditto, that's why he stuffed Bill when he returned the costume. The stories I could tell you about them and their obsession with money, gold and so on. They own everything on earth, even the ones who hide their Jewish roots. That's why all those shiksas in Hollywood end up with Jewish men, so they can have a career. The Jewish men prefer shiksas on the other hand because their own women are quite unattractive -one of the reasons- and the other is because they know their own women will brainwash the kids even if they have them with gentiles, so they can also further the agenda by brainwashing more offsprings, the ones they have with the gentile women. There is no way a Jewish person -female or male- would accept… Read more »

John

By the way, from Sonata to the costume shop across the street by taxi cab/ his journey to oz. Over the rainbow just like Dorothy that's whybthe three bandmates are not playing the right instruments((costumes of the three lion scarecrow tin man) entering oz…

tim

He tim eyes wide open on that one john tiny uncle says its not me like the snake of Montgomery fords

Dana

One of my favorite movies. No one wants to know the truth for the most part. People hear reading do. And that's good.

jinn

The meaning of the movie is very simple and if you don't have your eyes wide shut, Kubrick literally tells you the meaning in large print.

We are all LUCKY TO BE ALIVE.

Despite the fact that we may have perfect lives, loved ones, money, good looks and all you could want, we self medicate with drugs stashed in "band-aid" boxes. We yearn for adventure and sex with strangers. Too foolish to see that what we already have should be good enough for us, really we should all just feel LUCKY TO BE ALIVE. This is why the film ends with Nicole literally telling the audience the meaning of the film. Nothing is hidden. Yet humorously, hardly anyone "got it." They all have their eyes wide shut.

Diskerwwrt

In the newspaper Bill is Reading, After the ceremony the cover Story says “Lucky to be Alive”

athena

"crossing the rainbow" is a term for astral projection into the spirit world. this is used in all magick and experts can actually accomplish a lot with this act similar to lucid dreaming. the metaphor is: our world is Black&White and the spirit world is rainbow

BERRY

Ive heared that Kubricks made this movie revealing personnel experiences that he had with the illuminati. Theres also been theories that he helped the US with the filming of the moon landing and thats how he got into the world of the occult. But when he realized that some people that helped film the moon landing had mysteriously died he became paranoid and thats when he became a shut in. In the movie the shinning he reveals that he was involved in the filming of the moon landing. Thats why i believe he did this movie to reveal the truth to the public and why eventually they killed him. VC should make an article on Kubrick.

Dee

It seems like in every room where there are christmas trees that he enters. He is offered pleasure. The first one was the wife's husband just died, and then out of nowhere she kisses him. in the second pic from this page was when he went in that prostitute's apartment and again was offered pleasure and he denied it. Maybe if the rooms didn't have the christmas trees and were cold, he would've done the deed because he wouldn't have been "over the rainbow"

Caleb

Signs and symbols control the world not phrases and laws.
~Confucius

Scott

When Ziegler summons Dr Bill, who was just walking around with a lady on each arm, they ascend a staircase to the room Ziegler is in. In front of that staircase is a statue of an angel behind a woman, kissing her, and her embracing the angel. This is pure occult symbolism, having to do with the fallen angels of Genesis chapter 6…which I think has been easily mistaken for a general religious angelic statue.

Ryan Reed

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